Steelworkers build a new amphitheater

Ramon Perez, a steelworker with Joe Gen LLC, tightens one of the bolts securing the fourth support tower as they begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Ramon Perez, a steelworker with Joe Gen LLC, tightens one of the bolts securing the fourth support tower as they begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Ramon Perez, a steelworker with Joe Gen LLC, tightens one of the bolts securing the fourth support tower as they begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Steelworkers with Joe Gen LLC connect the main support beams to the towers as they assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Steelworkers with Joe Gen LLC connect the main support beams to the towers as they assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Steelworkers with Joe Gen LLC, from left, Bob Jewell, Ramon Perez and Juan Baiz, bolt together steel beams as they begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Steelworkers with Joe Gen LLC, from left, Bob Jewell, Ramon Perez and Juan Baiz, bolt together steel beams as they begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Christopher Tahan, a steelworker with Joe Gen LLC, guides one oft he steel support beams into position as workers begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Christopher Tahan, a steelworker with Joe Gen LLC, guides one oft he steel support beams into position as workers begin to assemble the canopy structure for the new Frank Loomis Palmer Amphitheater at the Hygienic Art Park in New London Tuesday, November 14, 2017. The new 60-foot by 60-foot steel and glass canopy will provide shade and cover from sun and weather allowing performances in the art park when weather might otherwise force a cancelation. The steelwork is expected to take most of the week and the installation of the glass panels will follow. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

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